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find common ground. i think it would help the party to not have us feuding. >> i'm running for re-election in new jersey. i don't have time for that at the moment. if i find myself down in washington i'll certainly look him up. i certainly don't expect i'll be there any time soon. >> if republicans don't get their act together any time soon can they capture a majority in the senate and win back the white house? joining us, the communications director for the republican national committee and dana lash, host and tea party activist and matt, author of the book "the declaration of independents," how libertarianism and politics can fix what's wrong with america. glad to have all of you guys there. >> i know you're sean spicer. i know that any. let me start with you, republicans are fight right now, particularly in the house and senate whether or not to de-fund obamacare even if it means shutting down significant portions of the government. good idea or bad idea? >> in general a good idea. our party is united as far as getting rid of obamacare. we recognize the fact more americans are
options of their own. >> at least they used to say well, we're going to replace it with something better. there's not even a pretense now that they're going to replace it with something better. >> congressman tom price of georgia who prior to being in congress was an orthopedic surgeon has a bill in the house that's full of ideas. and the governors in all 50 states. >> now been in 57 states, one left to go. >> well, however many states there are, 50, 57. governors have had many creative, innovative ways to bring a greater level of health care to their citizens that doesn't break the bank or require total submission to the government. no doubt about it, it is true, i have been brutal in my criticism of what would better be called the not so affordable care act. but i am not alone. the irs that's going to administer the financial application has begged to be exempted, congress and their staffs swung a sweet deal to get themselves subsidized around painful increased costs to them. half the deadlines imposed for the law have been missed, and the administration is having to hire tens of thous
. it's natural for us to want to prove our value by producing. from the time we are children, we imitate our parents in their work whether it's the little boy who tries to take tools to fix something or the little girl who begs to help her mother in the kitchen. it's just part of our dna to want to be grown up and one sure way to feel grown up is to work. that's why the loss of a job is far, far more than just an economic set back for a human being. it's dehumanizing to want to be productive and not be able to acquire meaningful labor. there is pride. there is dignity in being able to sit at the table and eat a meal that your work provided. but in our current economy, a record number of americans are either unemployed, or under employed. meaning that the job they have is either part time or it pays less than what's required to meet basic necessities. in 2011, the centers for disease control and prevention reported on the suicide rate from 1928 all the way to 2007. suicide rates mirrored the economy in the ups and downs with a big up tick when the great depression began and hittin
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